esplay-retro-emulation

by pebri86

Retro Emulation Collection for ESPlay Hardware, an ESP32 based game console

148 Stars 15 Forks Last release: 9 months ago (v2.2-esplay-micro) MIT License 88 Commits 11 Releases

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Description and Video Review

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This projects is a set of firmware for playing second and third generation gaming platform and to be runs on esplay-micro-hardware, an ESP32 Devices with WROVER Module (4MB PSRAM) which you could find the details on my hackaday page. This hardware also commercially available on the Makerfabs Online Store. Due to small Flash ROM (only 4MB) currently only 3 game emulator could be bundled altough this device support 7 emulator including Atari, PC Engine, ZX-Spectrum, MSX, etc. The main feature of this projects is bundled as follow: - Nofrendo NES Emulator for play Nintendo ROM - GNUBoy for play GameBoy and GameBoy Color - SMSPlusGX could play Sega Master System, Game Gear and Coleco Vision ROM - In-Game menu on Emulator - NEW! Built-in Audio Player for playing music, support WAV, MP3, OGG, and FLAC audio files. - Esplay launcher, new code base using UGUI library

Place your Audio files that supported (mp3, flac, wav and ogg) to audio folder on the root of sdcard, if folder not exist just created one and place audio files on them.

esplay-audio1

esplay-audio2

Launcher Option

Now you have options to choose launcher, Retro-ESP32 launcher by 32teeth or ESPlay launcher by me. ESPlay Launcher has Wifi AP options so you can upload rom by using web interface via phone or your computer.

Here spoiler Retro-ESP32 launcher running on esplay-micro-hardware esplay-micro-hardware

Compiling

This code is an esp-idf project. You will need esp-idf to compile it. Newer versions of esp-idf may introduce incompatibilities with this code; for your reference, the code was tested against release/v3.3 branch of esp-idf. edit mkrelease.sh with correct location for your mkfw. Find mkfw tool in the base firmware in my repository.

Also to get compiling correctly you need ffmpeg installed on your system and included in the PATH Environment.

edit mkrelease.sh to match your setup path(to match your location installation of esp-idf and clone of this repo). and simply execute mkrelease.sh then you'll find esplay-retro-emu.fw in the root of repo.

run mkrelease.sh to compile and make an .fw file that could be flashed by base firmware bootloader. Place .fw file in esplay/firmware folder on sdcard, power on esplay device while press B button until bootloader screen appear. select .fw then A -> Start to flash firmware.

Base firmware is a modified bootloader fork from odroid-go.

ROM

Extract skeleton.zip from docs, and copy to the root of sdcard. Please provide ROM by yourself and place them in the appropriate folder on sdcard.

DONATION

The software are free to use but we also accept small donation to make the project lives and continue development Donate

Source Author and Special Thanks

  • Audio Player based on ogo-shell projects by [Passpartout], thank you very much for sharing awesome code.
  • All emulator based on Go-Play for Odroid-go by OtherCrashOverride.

All Contributors

Thanks to contribute your work for this project. - 32teeth

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